Getting on right track.
YOUNGSTERS at St Andrew's Benn Benn is a surname, and may refer to:
Rugby, town (1991 pop. 59,039), Warwickshire, central England. An important railroad junction and engineering center, Rugby is the seat of one of England's most esteemed public schools. will help to design a train at a challenge day at the Chester Chester, city and district, England
Chester, city (1991 pop. 80,154) and district, Cheshire, W central England, on a sandstone height above the Dee River. It is a railroad junction. Manufactures include electrical equipment, paint, and window panes. Street school tomorrow.
With the help of engineering students from Rugby College the youngsters will be asked to contribute design ideas for a train and test it in a wind tunnel wind tunnel, apparatus for studying the interaction between a solid body and an airstream. A wind tunnel simulates the conditions of an aircraft in flight by causing a high-speed stream of air to flow past a model of the aircraft (or part of an aircraft) being tested. .
The invitation came from Warwickshire Education Business Partnership's Science and Technology Regional Organisation team.
The pupils will also be asked to draw up ideas for bridges, roof structures, and a self-righting buoy.